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mature

adjective /məˈtjuə/
(having the qualities of someone who, or something that, is) fully grown or developed
mûr
a very mature person a mature attitude.
(of cheese, wine etc) ready for eating or drinking
fait; bon à boire
a mature cheese.
maturely adverb
mûrement
maturity noun
maturité
matureness noun
maturité
Translations of “mature”
in Korean 다 자란, 어른스러운…
in Arabic ناضِج, بالِغ…
in Italian maturo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 成熟的, 慎重的,經深思熟慮的…
in Russian зрелый, взрослый…
in Turkish olgun, kâmil, ergin…
in Polish dojrzały…
in Spanish maduro…
in Portuguese maduro…
in German reif…
in Catalan madur…
in Japanese 熟した, 十分に成長した, 大人っぽい…
in Chinese (Simplified) 成熟的, 慎重的,经深思熟虑的…
(Definition of mature from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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